• Conference of the Nordic Forum for Mediation and Conflict-Management in Reykjavik, Iceland
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    Nordic Forum for Mediation and Conflict brings together people who work with conflicts in various arenas - such as family, school, workplace, courts, neighbourhoods, and promotion of international peace. Those participating in the moots are judges, lawyers, attorneys and others who work on mediation... Read more »
  • Mawlid-un-Nabi (SAW) Conference held under MQI Ireland
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    By the Mercy of Almighty Allah, SWT, and the blessings of our beloved Prophet (PBUH), the management and members of MQI Ireland, and the Islamic community of Dublin are pleased to communicate the glad news of a recent Mawlid-un-Nabi (SAW) Conference and Inauguration of MQI Ireland's new Al-Mustafa Islamic Cultural Centre, which was attended on Saturday 24th Rabi al Awal / 21st March 2009 last by a large, diverse cross-section of the various communities of the local and surrounding areas.... Read more »
  • Rabi-ul-Awwal 2008 activities in Dublin, Ireland
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    The Month of Rabi ul Awwal announces the arrival of Allah's greatest favor bestowed upon all creation. On the 12th of Rabi-ul-Awwal The Most Beloved Prophet of Allah (SWT) was born in this world. In this month the Followers of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) show their love for their Beloved Prophet (SAW) by celebrating His Birth.... Read more »
  • Rabi-ul-Awwal Activities in Ballaghderreen, Ireland
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    Minhaj-ul-Quran is enlightening the hearts of Muslims around the globe with the love of the Beloved Prophet Muhammad (saw). It organises all over the world Mawid-un-Nabi (saw) gatherings to strengthen the relationship with our Beloved Prophet (saw). Sayyedi Sheikh-ul-Islam Dr. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri prepared thousands of scholars and these scholars are propagating the mission of Minhaj-ul-Quran around the world wherever they are. One of these students of Sheikh-ul-Islam is residing in Ireland and his name is Allama Zille-Umar Qadri.... Read more »
  • A big Thank You to the Irish media & rally against Islamophobia
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    "The first message that we want to send to the country is that of the legitimate voice of the Muslim community (as opposed to those that hijacked last week's demonstration outside the Danish embassy in London). We condemn in the strongest sense the vicious rhetoric and un-Islamic slogans that were used by misguided and angry Muslims. Although we are hurt by the cartoons, we condemn the violence which followed it across the world. We are people of peace and are trying to do our best in bridging the gap between Islam and the West therefore we thank the Irish media for not publishing these offensive pictures and unintelligible cartoons.... Read more »